What does the WRC do?

The Auburn University Women’s Resource Center provides students with leadership opportunities to prepare them to take on active roles in their communities and around the world. Our programs and events focus on initiatives and resources to empower women, and it is students who guide the events and programs by serving on our planning committees. Some of our events and programs include the annual Women’s Leadership Conference, the Women’s Health and Wellness Chocolate Festival and 5K Run, Sexual Assault Awareness Month, Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the Young Women Leaders Program, the Leadership and Advocacy Council, and more.

How can I get involved with the WRC?

Our events and programs are largely planned by students who serve on the planning committees. You may find applications for any of these committees here. We are always in need of volunteers, interns, and service learning students. For more information about internships and service learning click here. Additionally, most of our events and programs are open to all students, staff, faculty, and community. To join our e-mail list to receive updates and reminders about upcoming events, contact Kristy Malone at kmm0021@auburn.edu.

Are men welcome at the WRC?

Men are absolutely welcome and encouraged to be involved with any of our programs and attend our events! There are also internship, service learning, and volunteer opportunities available for men.